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Category: Air Crash Investigations

Pilot found dead after M-346 jet crash
Air Crash Investigations

Leonardo has confirmed the death of one of two pilots operating a Aermacchi M-346 Master, which crashed on the morning of Wednesday, 16 March.

US marine company embarks on second MH370 search
Air Crash Investigations

The company, Ocean Infinity, concluded its first search in 2018 without any success, but is set to begin the investigation again by the first half of 2023, after investing in more advanced technology.

FAA grounds cargo operator of crashed Transair 810
Air Crash Investigations

The Federal Aviation Administration has announced the grounding of the small Honolulu-based cargo operator that crashed its Boeing 737-200 this month after discovering further maintenance violations. Rhoades Aviation Inc., Transair’s parent company, was reported to have separate maintenance and safety issues upon further investigation into the 2 July crash. The FAA has been investigating the

In photos: NTSB recovers majority of Boeing 737-200F remains after crash in Honolulu
Air Crash Investigations

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has located a majority of the remains of the 47-year-old Boeing 737-200F, which performed an emergency landing in the ocean after engine troubles last week in Honolulu. In the aftermath of Transair Flight 810, which almost claimed the lives of two passengers, the NTSB conducted an investigation to find

Three passengers killed in Cessna C-172 crash in Lebanon
Air Crash Investigations

A Cessna C-172 training aircraft has crashed in Lebanon’s mountainous Keserwan district on Thursday, killing all three passengers onboard, according to local reports. The news follows a slew of similar and unfortunate crash incidents within the last seven days. The aircraft, registered to flight training academy ‘Open Sky Aviation’, took off from Beirut Airport about

Russia annuls six-year ban on charter flights to Egypt after fatal crash
Air Crash Investigations

President Putin declared the decree on Thursday, in order to bolster the countries tourism sector again, and reintroduce the nations' bilateral agreement.


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